Super Bowl 2011: 10 Media Day Questions That Should Be Asked (But Won't)

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Super Bowl 2011: 10 Media Day Questions That Should Be Asked (But Won't)
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Super Bowl Media Day isn't really about what it's supposed to be about—a chance for unfettered access to every player that will suit up for the big game.

No, in the end, the stories that come out of Media Day tend to be about the media themselves.

The last time the Steelers went Bowling, safety Troy Polamalu took questions from a reporter wearing a Troy Polamalu wig, and a TV station set up a dance floor and put DB Bryant McFadden through a salsa contest against teammates.

A hot Spanish-language TV reporter used Media Day as her chance to propose marriage to Tom Brady (she was already wearing the wedding dress, of course), and where else but Media Day would Redskins quarterback Doug Williams have fielded the infamous question, "How long have you been a black quarterback?"

Hundreds upon hundreds of Media Day credential-holders are racking their brains for ridiculous and attention-grabbing questions as we speak.

Here are 10 they will likely fail to ask.

(Super Bowl XLV Media Day is Tuesday, Feb. 1 at 11 a.m. EST on

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